Re: Noting in /var/cache/man/cat? ?
On Thu, Jun 14, 2001 at 03:58:51AM +0300, email@example.com wrote:
> Doesn't /var/cache/man/cat? suppose to keep formated man pages?
> On my machine it is empty:
> [03:56:42 tmp]$ ls /var/cache/man/cat?
I really don't know definitively so someone else may have a better
answer but according to the man man-page -
/var/cache/man/ is an alternate database cache.
/usr/share/man/ is a traditional database cache.
>From the man-page -
A traditional global index database cache.
An alternate or FHS compliant global index database cache.
My /var/cache/man/ directories are empty also.
So I think your looking for /usr/share/man/
From seeing and seeing the seeing has become so exhausted
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